Our New framed prints range

We are very excited to announce our new framed prints range. Save yourself the hassle of getting your prints framed with this ready made, convenient solution. We are updating our store this week with new framed prints being added daily to our range. All four of our county prints are now available in the framed option. These orders are securely packaged and reliably delivered by UPS for only £6 shipping.

Our framed prints come in an ideal size 50cms x 70cms – bigger than an A2 print but smaller than A1 – enough to show the detail but not too big take over a room! Would make an ideal Christmas present either to yourself or to a loved one.

Click on the hyperlinks at the bottom of any map any map for further details

Saltaire Christmas Lights event – Sun 1st Dec

Old Yorkshire Maps is proud to announce that we will be having a stall at the ever popular Saltaire Christmas Lights event on Sunday 1st December. Our stall will be open in the Victoria Hall between 4.30pm until 7.00pm.

Come and join the fun at Saltaire Sunday 1st December

The lights will be switched on at 6.15pm and this will be a fun event for all the family. We have also heard that Santa will be making an appearance!!! There will also be much merriment, carols and entertainment.

We will be selling a range of both framed and unframed reproduction vintage prints of old Yorkshire including our popular 1893 Special Edition Saltaire map.

We will announce the full range of products available for sale at the event on Wednesday this week so stay tuned in. We are also available to design old maps to suit your exact requirements. Please come and chat with us.

Hope to see you there!

1895 A Brave New World!

We are very proud to announce the release of our newest unique project “1895 A Brave New World” which tells of the creation of Rugby League and details the 22 teams that took part in the inaugural 1895/96 season.

Just click on the image below to find out more!!!

1895 A Brave New World

Features:

  • A beautiful contemporary vignette of the George Hotel, Huddersfield – setting for the famous meeting
  • Three lists of the teams from Cheshire, Lancashire and Yorkshire
  • A trading card depicting each of the 22 founding  teams that played in the inaugural 1895/96 Northern Union competition
  • A stirring title of “1895 A Brave New World – The Birth of Rugby League” with the oval ball insignia
  • All set against a beautiful map of Northern England from the mid 1890s

LAUNCHED!!! – 1934 Shipley map – Special Edition

Old Yorkshire Maps proudly announces the release of their 1934 Shipley Special Edition map which portrays Old Shipley, a hard-working and honest mill town in the mid 30s. This work blends two separate maps and draws them together into a single print. This map looks stunning and has been digitally cleaned. Prices start at just £10 – click on the map for details

This high-quality print uses premium 180gsm heavyweight paper and the finest quality inks that do no smudge or fade.

You can imagine yourself walking down the streets of old Shipley previously trod by your ancestors!

Old Shipley Map 1934 Special Edition
Old Shipley Map 1934 Special Edition

This map is a must for all history lovers and people who love Shipley!

This 1934 map includes the following areas of interest amongst many others:

● Shipley Town Hall – completed in 1832 and opened by the Earl of Harewood
● Carnegie Library – financed by the famous Scottish-American steel industry tycoon Andrew Carnegie
● St Paul’s Church – built between 1823 and 1826
● Shipley’s two railway stations
● Airedale Mills – Baildon Bridge, built 1850, factory owner Joseph Hargreaves
● Fire Brigade Station
● Junction Mills
● Christ Church, Windhill
● Crow Gill Park – opened in 1890 including a band stand
● Ring O’Bells public house – claims to be the oldest pub in Shipley dating back to 1821
● Leeds & Liverpool Canal and the River Aire

LAUNCHED!!! – 1908 Bradford map – Special Edition

Old Yorkshire Maps proudly announces the release of their 1908 Bradford Special Edition map which portrays Old Bradford, the worsted capital of the world, just after the turn of the 20th Century. This work blends two separate maps and draws them together into a single print. This map looks stunning and has been digitally cleaned. Prices start at just £5.50 for the download version and prints from £10 – click on the map for details

This high-quality print uses premium 180gsm heavyweight paper and the finest quality inks that do no smudge or fade.

You can imagine yourself walking down the streets of old Bradford previously trod by your ancestors!

Special Edition Bradford Map 1908
Special Edition Bradford Map 1908

This map is a must for all history lovers and people who love Bradford!

This 1908 map includes the following areas of interest amongst many others:

● St Peter’s Church – Became Bradford Cathedral in 1919
● Numerous railway stations and depots – Exchange and Midland station, Bridge St and Adoplphus St depots
● Bradford town hall – completed in 1871
● The Wool Exchange on Market St – where textile deals were struck
● Entertainment – St George’s Hall, Theatre Royal and Prince’s Theatre, Windsor Baths …
● Many mills – Lumb Lane, Beehive, Britannia, Providence, Zetland, Barkerend, Eastbrook – to name a few
● Education – Bradford Grammar School, Technical College and School of Art
● Forster Square and Town Hall Square
● Mechanics Institute
● Other industry – Saw mills, breweries, iron works, printing works and profusion of warehouses

LAUNCHED!!! – 1893 Saltaire map – Special Edition

Old Yorkshire Maps proudly announces the release of their 1893 Special Edition Saltaire map which portrays this unique UNESCO World Heritage Site “model village” in the late 1800s. This work blends two separate maps and draws them together into a single print. This colour map looks stunning and has been digitally cleaned. Prices start from just £10 – click on the map for details.

This high-quality print uses premium 180gsm heavyweight paper and the finest quality inks that do no smudge or fade.

This unique print allows you to rediscover the historical gem of Saltaire and imagine walking down its streets!

1893 Saltaire Special Edition Map
1893 Saltaire Special Edition Map

This map is a must for all history lovers and people who love Saltaire!

This 1893 map includes the following areas of interest amongst many others:

● Salts mill – produced 5,500 miles of fabric cloth in a year!!
● Caroline Street – named after Salt’s wife
● Saltaire Congregational Chapel
● Saltaire hospital – completed 1868 – located on Saltaire Road
● Saltaire Park – later to become Roberts park
● Alexandra Square – site of the almshouses
● Saltaire railway station – opened 1856
● Leeds & Liverpool canal – a key factor in locating Saltaire
● Lockwood Street and Mawson Street – named after the architects
● Hirst wood and the Hirst lock

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